Chennai Super Kings are a rope in the Australian stride Jason Berendorf as a replacement for Josh Hazloud, who withdrew from the tournament earlier this month.
The fast for the left hand has so far been involved in 11 ODIs and seven T20Is. This is the second for Berendorf IPL team, representing the Mumbai Indians in 2019, where he played five games and chose so many wickets.
The official website of the Indian Premier League confirmed the development.
Hazlewood had to retire with other Australian players linked to the IPL and join CSK, but decided to miss the rich league, which will start on April 9 and run until May 30, and will spend time at home for the next two months.
The 30-year-old played three games for CSK in the IPL last season, when the tournament was organized in the UAE in late 2020.
“It’s been a long 10 months in bubbles and quarantine at different times, so I decided to take a break from cricket and spend some time at home and in Australia for the next two months,” Hazelwood was quoted as saying by cricket.com. au.
“We have a big winter ahead of us. The West Indies will be on a long tour, potentially throwing Bangladesh (T20 tour). Then the T20 World Cup, leading in the ashesso these are big 12 months.
“As is always the case with Australia, I want to give myself the best chance to be mentally and physically ready for this,” he said.
The Chennai Super Kings begin their 2021 edition campaign against previous year’s finalists Delhi Capitals on April 10 in Mumbai.